Jobs [permanent position]: Linguistics

[Job posted on 22h november 2014 by Intel Corporation on Linguist List]

Dialogue Development Linguist

University or Organization: Intel Corporation
Job Location: California, USA
Job Title: Dialogue Development Linguist
Job Rank: Rank Open

Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; General Linguistics

Required Language(s): Japanese (jpn)

Description:

Linguists will collaborate on the implementation of interactive dialogue
systems as part of an experienced and dynamic language technology group.
Responsible for the linguistic aspects of dialogue product and prototype
development as part of an Agile team.

Qualifications

– BA Linguistics
– Excellent Analytic skills
– Must have good attention to detail
– Strong background in Discourse, Dialogue, Pragmatics, Syntax & Semantics
– Native or near native fluency in Japanese
– Good command of English
– Basic familiarity with Mac OS X, Windows & Linux environments
– 2 years experience doing linguistic analysis
– Flexibility

Candidates with one or more of the following additional qualifications will be
most competitive

– Experience with version control
– Experience with Agile development practices
– Knowledge of grammar formalisms such as LFG
– Background in phonetics and phonology
– Knowledge of French, Italian, Spanish, German, Mandarin or Portuguese
– Natural Language Processing

Position will be located in Santa Clara, California.

Application Deadline: 20-May-2015 (Open until filled)
Mailing Address for Applications:
Beth Ann Hockey

Email Address for Applications: beth.ann.hockey@intel.com
Contact Information:
Beth Ann Hockey
Email: beth.ann.hockey@intel.com

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